European Commission Urges Southeastern Europe to Build More LNG Terminals European
The European Commission has recommended that Southeastern European countries strive to build LNG terminals to avoid gas supply disruptions and to boost energy security.
European Commission Vice-President Maros Sefcovic announced a comprehensive plan for SEE countries aimed at guaranteeing access to at least three sources of gas, according to reports of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency.
Sefcovic made clear that the plan was to be presented in July.
The EC Vice-President noted that the falling prices of liquefied natural gas supplies had caused the EU to start preparing a new strategy for more LNG terminals.
Sefcovic made clear that the EU was cooperating with the US and Canada in the sphere.